New Colorado Oil, Gas Rules Could Affect Very Few SitesNew rules intended to ease tensions over oil and gas drilling near Colorado communities might have only limited impact, affecting as few as 1 percent of future sites, an analysis by state regulators shows.
Regulators: Injection Well Near Earthquakes Broke No RulesState regulators say an injection well near the location of two small earthquakes in Weld County didn't violate its state permit or break any state rules.
State Continues To Check Into Oil & Gas Flooding ProblemsAfter a 16th significant oil spill was discovered this week in the wake of Colorado's historic flooding, state regulators are warning people to stay away from areas where spills have taken place.
15th Oil Spill Due To Flooding Found Near Greeley
Ranchers, Farmers Eye Flooded Waterways With ConcernAs inspectors with the state of Colorado and the Environmental Protection Agency begin looking into oil spills that have resulted from the state's historic flooding, some farmers and ranchers are viewing the state's waterways that flows near their land with concern.
Flood Waters Impact Oil & Gas Wells In ColoradoOil and gas officials and state regulators say it’s unclear if flooded drilling sites around Colorado will result in any groundwater or soil contamination.
Probe Of Spill Near Parachute Focuses On Valve BoxOil company workers looking for the source of a liquid hydrocarbon found near Parachute Creek are focusing on a valve box for a pipeline carrying natural gas liquids away from a natural gas plant.
Colorado Sees Surge In Oil ProductionThe Colorado Oil and Gas Commission says the state produced nearly 48 million barrels of oil in 2012, an amount not seen in decades.
84,000 Gallons Of Flowback Sprayed From Colorado WellState officials say PDC Energy estimates 84,000 gallons of fracking flowback water sprayed out from one of its oil wells after a mechanical problem this week.
Environmentalists & Drilling Companies Upset Over New Distance RuleThe Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has made a decision that has upset both environmentalists and drilling companies.
Colorado Water Board Backs Study Of Wyoming PipelineColorado water officials have agreed to spend $72,000 to explore a proposal to divert water from Wyoming to the Front Range.